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White rot of loquat and its pathogen

, : White rot of loquat and its pathogen. Journal of Agricultural Research of China 37(3): 305-312

White rot of loquat caused by Rosellinia necatrix was first observed in Cholan, Taiwan in 1985. Infected trees showed leaf yellowing which developed into wilt. Symptoms were reproduced in the greenhouse within 60-80 d of inoculation of plantlets with the pathogen. Conidia and perithecia of R. necatrix were not observed in the field, but were induced on infected roots after they were incubated in a shaded, moist chamber for several months.


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